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Jul 9, 2013 9:30am EDT
. there's no doubt if he did it wod be lot of politil tax on that. >> both bushes did it. i don't remember y attacks th. >> he's in a very different position than either president bush, so i think that's his motivation. >> is there any possibility that the nuclear weapons could >> in terms oflikechemical warfarex things like that? >> no, they are obsolete. >> no, i don't mean obsolete in the sense that they're dated. i mean that they lose their capacity to work. >> no, they are. the tactical nuclear weapons in europe, right now basically don't work. >> why? why? >> they're in shelves. they're technologically obsolete. they're decades old. they need to be -- if we wanted them to work, we would have to invest millions to refurbish them. >> face sill material, if they're not discharged they lose their fissile material and then what happens? >> they become useless. you just start guarding them and putting them on shelves and they become a political symbol. >> they have no power. >> right. >> it's a legacy issue for the president as so many things are. when he was first elected to the
Jul 9, 2013 6:00am EDT
the rules. there have been a number of decisions on taxes and you make more money with your money here. there have been a lot of political decisions. you've read the book by two terrific political scientists. >> rose: barbara and barbara. >> no, jay could be hacker at yale that will come back to the two barbaras. jake could be hacker at yale and paul perkins in berkeley, the title was winner take all politics. how the-- how washington helped the rip get richer at the expense of everybody else. and it walks you through, very documented, a series of decisions made in washington under both parties, by the way, that benefitted those at the top at the expense of those-- . >> rose: what is your confidence that you can turn this around? >> it's going to take a long time. but that's-- it must be done, charlie, because the existence of a permanent underclass of formerly middle class people with no future, the fact that so many young people today out of college, with college degrees are having trouble finding a toehold f they don't-- i just read an urban institute study over the weekend abo
Jul 8, 2013 7:00pm EDT
around some of the big tax centers. you take to socially awkward computer programmers and put that clusters the genes. it is not a simple genetics. -- there is no way for the falcons silicon valley -- the focus in silicon valley. who hasave one person autism and another who has those trades and maybe there is some anxiety, depression, a epilepsy in the family history. our side to the gains amaze me. by leaps and bounds, we're learning some of everything about some of everything. all you hoping that the science is going to be much farther ?long >> i think the definition is too broad. , wethe autistic brain review the history of the autism diagnosis and it has changed of the years. these diagnostic profiles like depression, adhd, autism, dyslexia, it is half science and the other half is a committee of doctors bickering over what it should be and it has changed. it is not precise like a diagnosis of tuberculosis would be very precise. they will find that autism break up into some component parts. but fully verbal ones, the social circuits are not working. they're living in a world of
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